Posts Tagged ‘drug’

Transcript Pharmacy earns dual accreditation

JACKSON — Transcript Pharmacy Inc. has been awarded specialty pharmacy accreditation from URAC, an independent, nonprofit health care accrediting organization that establishes quality standards for the health care industry. Transcript Pharmacy is dually-accredited and holds Board of Pharmacy permits allowing it to serve patients in all 50 states. In addition to meeting the mandatory accreditation […] [...]

Hood: Google seems to be yanking drug how-to videos

by Associated Press Published: June 11,2013

Tags: computer, drug, Internet, law, legal, medication, medicine, prescription drug, state government, video

JACKSON — Attorney General Jim Hood says Google appears to be removing online videos that give instructions on how to buy drugs without a prescription. Hood threatened legal action against Google last week, saying the Internet giant wasn’t doing enough to stop sales without prescriptions and was even profiting by selling ads next to the […] [...]

After verdict, doctor asks for his medical license back

COLUMBUS — Dr. Michael A. White wants return of authority to prescribe controlled drugs to his patients. Through his attorney, the 62-year-old White filed a complaint in April against the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency. A federal court set July 9 for a response. In his complaint, White notes that he voluntarily turned in his DEA […] [...]

Abortion-inducing drugs now state-regulated

by Associated Press Published: April 28,2013

Tags: abortion, abortion-inducing drug, baby, birth, drug, health, health care, legisation, medical, medicine, public health, state law

JACKSON — Gov. Phil Bryant has signed a bill that regulates the prescription and use of abortion-inducing drugs. He signed Senate Bill 2795, and it becomes law July 1. It says a physician must be present when a woman takes drugs prescribed to end a pregnancy in its early weeks. It also says the woman […] [...]

MSU names drug company year’s best start-up

STARKVILLE — Sano Chemical, the company launched to develop an antifungal drug discovered at Mississippi State University, has received the university’s Faculty Start-up Company of the Year. Dr. Stephen Pruett, basic sciences department head at MSU’s College of Veterinary Medicine, said the award was given by the Office of Entrepreneurship and Technology Transfer at the […] [...]

Abortion-inducing drugs bill passes with no debate

JACKSON — A bill headed to Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant says a physician would have to be present when a woman takes abortion-inducing drugs. Senate Bill 2795 also says the woman would have to return to the doctor’s office two weeks later for a follow-up examination. With little explanation and no debate, the Senate passed […] [...]

Trucking executive, 70, arrested for cocaine and domestic assault

by Associated Press Published: January 21,2013

Tags: arrest, asault, cocaine, contractor, domestic violence, drug, law, law enforcement, legal, transportation, truck, trucking

BILOXI — Authorities say a south Mississippi businessman who has received more than $75 million in federal funds for construction work at the state Port of Gulfport has been arrested on cocaine and domestic assault charges. Biloxi police chief John Miller tells The Sun Herald W.C. “Cotton” Fore was arrested outside the Palace Casino. He’s […] [...]

Ex-bank teller pleads guilty to embezzling for drugs

by Associated Press Published: November 29,2012

Tags: bank, banking, court, crime, criminal, drug, embezzle, embezzlement, embezzler, finance, financial institution, illegal drug, judge, justice, plea, steal, theft, thief

BILOXI — A Biloxi woman has pleaded guilty to stealing $80,980 from a bank’s vault while she was employed as a vault teller. U.S. Attorney Gregory K. Davis said in a news release that 29-year-old Ashley Ann Keel entered her plea Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Gulfport. She will be sentenced by U.S. District […] [...]

Report: State ranks near top in U.S. in antibiotic use

by MBJ Staff Published: November 26,2012

Tags: antibiotic, disease, drug, health, health care, illness, medical, medicine, prescription, public health, report, sick, study

ACROSS MISSISSIPPI — Research revealed during “Get Smart Week” shows that California joined Alaska, Hawaii, Oregon and Washington as the five states with the lowest antibiotic use in the nation in 2010. “Get Smart Week” is a national partnership launched by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to promote the appropriate use of […] [...]

Pharmaceutical companies to be acquired for $101M

by MBJ Staff Published: November 14,2012

Tags: acquire, acquisition, buy, drug, health, health care, medicine, merger, pharmaceutical, sale, sell, transaction

MADISON — Pernix Therapeutics Holdings Inc., a specialty pharmaceutical company based in Texas, has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Cypress Pharmaceuticals Inc., a privately owned generic pharmaceutical company, and Hawthorn Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (“Hawthorn”), a privately owned branded pharmaceutical company, both based in Madison. Under the terms of the agreement, Pernix will pay approximately […] [...]

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